Phoebe Haddon Named Chancellor of Rutgers Camden
Phoebe Haddon Named Chancellor of Rutgers Camden
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Mercer University School of Law Grad Pleads Guilty to Murdering Fellow...
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Small Bright Spots in Weak Employment Outlook for Law Grads
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British Law Student Pays for Tuition and Books by Stripping on Webcam
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BCG Attorney Search Releases 2012 Guide to America’s Top 50 Law Schools

BCG Attorney Search Releases 2012 Guide to America’s Top 50 Law Schools BCG Attorney Search has released the 2012 BCG Attorney Search Guide to America’s Top 50 Law Schools. The Guide is a comprehensive overview of America’s top 50 law schools as identified by the 2013 U.S. News & World Report.  …>read more

1 Comment April 3, 2012

Decade’s Largest Decline (16%) in LSAT Applicants

Decade’s Largest Decline (16%) in LSAT Applicants Showing a clear deviation in trends, 2011 saw the largest drop (16%) of this decade in LSAT applications. The Law School Admission Council has reported that while in the 2009-2010 academic year the number of applicants who took the LSAT…>read more

No Comment April 2, 2012

Northwestern Law Makes Smallest Tuition Increase in 40 Years

Northwestern Law Makes Smallest Tuition Increase in 40 Years With all the hoopla of law school promises that lead to debt, regret, and broken dreams, Northwestern University of Law is making a concession. They announced on March 27 that they would raise tuition to roughly match inflation, no more,…>read more

No Comment March 28, 2012

Suit Against New York Law School Dismissed

Suit Against New York Law School Dismissed The class action suit against New York Law School for misrepresenting employment statistics in order to cull unwitting prospective student has been dropped. This is the first case of 20 that legal team Jesse Strauss and David Anziska have brought…>read more

No Comment March 22, 2012

Law Schools Need Not Report Graduate Salary Data, Says ABA

Law Schools Need Not Report Graduate Salary Data, Says ABA In a move that is already drawing flak from transparency advocates, the new accreditation standards for law schools tabled by the ABA on the primary votes, March 17, do not make it mandatory for law schools to report graduate salaries.…>read more

No Comment March 21, 2012

16% Fewer LSAT Takers Forebodes Law School Ragnarok

16% Fewer LSAT Takers Forebodes Law School Ragnarok With all the talk in the media of law school grads suing their alma maters, and with the sharp vignettes of JDs delivering pizzas, upcoming students are catching on. The LSAT Blog has reported that the number of test-takers nose-dived…>read more

No Comment March 20, 2012

Jobs for Law School Graduates Still a Touchy Subject

Jobs for Law School Graduates Still a Touchy Subject   Ever since the middle of the 1980s, law schools have been surveying their graduates regarding their success in the job market. The law schools then report the findings that they come across in an effort to acquire more students…>read more

No Comment March 19, 2012

U.S. News Releases Latest Law School Rankings

U.S. News Releases Latest Law School Rankings   The most recent law school rankings from U.S. News have been released and plenty of movement took place in these rankings compared to the ones released in 2011.   We have published the top 14 schools as ranked by…>read more

No Comment March 15, 2012

Class Action Lawsuits Against 20 More Law Schools to be Filed

Class Action Lawsuits Against 20 More Law Schools to be Filed   A motion for dismissal was filed by the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in an effort to have the class action lawsuit against it dismissed. The lawsuit was filed in relation to employment statistics released by the school regarding…>read more

2 Comments March 15, 2012

Law School Campus Recruitment Shows Recovery – NALP Report

Law School Campus Recruitment Shows Recovery – NALP Report On Wednesday, the NALP released a report that claims that though law firm summer-class sizes are remaining stagnant, recruitment has picked up through 2011 and students attending law firm summer-classes are more confident of being retained.   The report, named…>read more

No Comment March 10, 2012